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Games keep brain active

A new survey finds maintaining brain fitness is a priority for Canadians worried about the deterioration of the brain due to aging.

A new survey finds maintaining brain fitness is a priority for Canadians worried about the deterioration of the brain due to aging. Nintendo's Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day offers a  daily training schedule where people of all ages can flex their "mental muscles."

To coincide with the launch of Brain Age, Nintendo of Canada and Zellers will each donate $1 from each game sold from April 17 to May 31 to the Alzheimer Society of Canada.